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# Assignment_6_SOLUTION - Name SOLUTION CE 441 Reinforced...

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Name: _ SOLUTION_ _ _ _ CE 441 Reinforced Concrete Design – Assignment 6 Due Thursday October 15, 2009 A concrete floor system consists of parallel T-beams spaced 10 ft on centers that have 30 ft span between supports and an overhanging 10 ft extension past the right support as shown. The 4 inch thick slab is fabricated monolithically with T - beam webs having width b w = 12 in. and total depth, measured from the top of slab, of h =18 in. In addition to the self-weight of reinforced concrete, the floor system must carry a superimposed dead load of 75 pounds per square foot (psf) and service live load of 125 psf. f c '=3,500 psi, f y =60,000 psi, E s =29,000,000 psi, and reinforced concrete weighs 150 Ibs/ft 3 . 1) Considering a 1.0 ft wide section of slab as a beam that spans between the center T-beam and edge beams, design the reinforcement in the one-way slab to carry negative and positive moments. For thin concrete slabs reinforcement may be placed at the mid-thickness (i.e. d=t/2) to provide for both positive and also negative moment capacity. Use the approximate moments from ACI section 8.3,

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